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Yellow Bell Pepper Panzanella from 'Family Table'

There's nothing like the first bite of a sweet-tart, chewy-crunchy, tomato-rich panzanella in the middle of the summer—except of course that moment when you realize that bread salads can be made sans tomato, all months of the year. After all, the beauty of panzanella is that you get to eat tons of bread and still call it a salad, right? More

Cook the Book: 'Family Table'

The new book Family Table offers a vast collection of beloved recipes from line cooks, sous chefs, and executives throughout Danny Meyer's empire over the years. Given the diversity of the cooks' backgrounds, Family Table presents a cornucopia of techniques, flavors, and cooking styles; recipes for spring pea risotto and lasagne sit alongside Dominican beef, arepas, and brisket with red eye gravy. Enter to win your copy here! More

Yellow Bell Pepper Panzanella from 'Family Table'

There's nothing like the first bite of a sweet-tart, chewy-crunchy, tomato-rich panzanella in the middle of the summer--except of course that moment when you realize that bread salads can be made sans tomato, all months of the year. After all, the beauty of panzanella is that you get to eat tons of bread and still call it a "healthy" salad, right? The Yellow Bell Pepper Panzanella in Michael Romano and Karen Stabiner's Family Table is a prime example of the form. Made mostly of caramelized onions and bell peppers, this panzanella has all of the vibrancy of the original without running the risk of eating a mealy tomato. Capers and a generous amount of torn basil are key to perking up the rich sweetness of the vegetables. More

Meet and Eat: Floyd Cardoz, Tabla

[Photograph: Nick Solares] Last week, Danny Meyer and the Union Square Hospitality Group announced that, after twelve years, Tabla will be closing on December 30th. For those twelve years, Chef Floyd Cardoz has brought his New Indian cuisine to... More

Sandwiched at the Whitney: Chefs, Lunch, Art, and You

I was fascinated when I heard that Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group was going to open a sandwich joint in the Whitney Museum, featuring items designed by its chefs and pastry chefs. Why? Because it raised so many questions. First among them: Are chefs necessarily the best sandwich architects? We ate our way through the menu to find out. More

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